Yesterday in the House of Commons Liberal leader Stephane Dion called Prime Minister Stephen Harper the worst thing you could call somebody these days: a "climate change denier".
No doubt, Harper will vehemently deny this serious charge --but surely that's not enough.
Surely, the only way the Prime Minister can truly establish his eco-friendly credentials is to ruthlessly root out these "climate change deniers" who threaten our society.
And the best way to do that would be to set up a House of Unenvironmental Activities Committee with the power to investigate and expose the non-believers.
As a good "green" citizen, I am willing to do my bit.
To help the HUAC do its job I have even put together this handy list to help citizens spot these "climate change deniers" in our midst:
* Watch out for any citizen who refused to take the "One Tonne Challenge".
* Be on the look out for people who throw their newspapers in the "glass only" section of recycling bins.
* Warning bells should go off if your neighbor named his dog, "Kyoto Science is Flawed"
* Keep your ears peeled for any passerby who takes the name of David Suzuki in vain.
* Does your co-worker refuse to wear green ties?
If you notice any of this behaviour, report it immediately to the government.
We can't afford to have even one citizen thinking freely when it comes to the Kyoto Accord.